Common Core Competence
|English for Work||3|
|Swedish language, Oral Communication||1|
|Swedish language¸ Written Communication||2|
|Developing professional competence 1||2|
|Developing professional competence 2||2|
|Developing professional competence 3||1|
|Research and Development||5|
|Anticipating Future Trends||5|
Professional Core Competence
(Select 155 ECTS)
|Digitalisation of the Future||3|
|Networks, Data Security and Cloud Services||3|
Electricity, Heat and Energy
|Heat and Energy||6|
|English for Engineers||3|
Mechanics and Automation 1
|Basics of Mechanics||5|
|Basics of Automation||5|
Mechanics and Automation 2
|Mechanical Parts and Design||7|
|Electric Motor Drives||3|
Mechanics and Automation 3
(Select 15 ECTS)
|Design and Modelling||7|
|Pneumatics and Hydraulics||5|
Materiaalit ja valmistustekniikat
(Select 15 ECTS)
|Machining, welding and sheet metal technology||5|
(Select 15 ECTS)
|Basics of Plastics Engineering||5|
|Structure and Strength of Plastics||5|
|Properties and Testing of Plastics||5|
|Practical Training 2||10|
|Practical Training 3||10|
|Thesis research and writing||5|
(Select 60 ECTS)
|ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year||64||45||56||15||33.8||30.2||37.3||7.8||23||33||7.5||7.5||11.3||11.3||11.3||10.1||10.1||10.1||12.4||12.4||12.4||2.6||2.6||2.6||7.7||7.7||7.7||11||11||11||2.5||2.5||2.5||2.5||2.5||2.5|
The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester
Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.
In Mechanical Engineering, all students will study 180 credits of core studies. For additional 60 credits, you can choose from complementary curriculum.
Basic studies include mathematics, physics and mechanics as well as languages. The engineering studies contains mechanics and automation, material and manufacturing technology, actuator selection and dimensioning, and logic control. Complementary studies include advanced courses in mechanical engineering, automation design, material and manufacturing engineering, and manufacturing economics and environmental efficiency.
In each year of study, you will work as a team member for a projects. The first and second year of the project will be done by the institution in the laboratory, the third and fourth year of the project will be carried out by the company or RDI-projects. Especially in these projects, you will get an idea of ??what kind of working life skills are required from an engineer. The scope of the project is about seven credits.
The essential parts of the studies are internship and a thesis. During internships, you are familiar with the company's activities and practical work. In the thesis, you will focus on the task of studying and planning an interesting work-oriented topic.
The studies of each LAMK student include a certain amount of general and professional core competence and complementary competence studies. The core competence of the degree forms the basis of your knowledge and guarantees expertise. With complementary expertise, you will in turn be able to deepen or expand your skills in the direction you want and build your own, the most appropriate, individual degree.
You can complement your skills not only from your own training provider, but also from the entire LAMK joint training offering in the fields, and study in different ways in different learning environments.
Our new Niemi-Campus has Europe's most advanced learning environments, where you study with new, future-oriented methods and equipment. There are facilities for Niemi-Campus for various needs such as workshops, quiet working, laboratory work, co-working, theory teaching and presentations.
In Materials and Manufacturing technology, you learn how the right materials work in the right environment and how different parts and products are made. Whether its about polymers, composites or metals, finding the right material and manufacturing method is very important for both economic and environmental reasons.